Presentation on theme: "1chung THANKSGIVING RoboParade CJ Chung Associate Professor of Computer Science Lawrence Tech University"— Presentation transcript:
1chung THANKSGIVING RoboParade CJ Chung Associate Professor of Computer Science Lawrence Tech University
2chung Goals of the Robot Parade Life-long Learning Creative Ideas – Entrepreneur Mindset Fun Cooperation Making a history! To celebrate the opening of CARE (Center for Autonomous Robotics Education)!
3chung Location Lawrence Tech Cafeteria Buell management Building where CARE and Robofest office will be located No. 4 Building
4chung Dimension and shape of the parade course 10 width multipurpose board with electrical tape (black) A black line with smooth curves 30 degrees
5chung Team Registration Fee: none Media Release form for each student and coach One team may enter multiple robots Registered after a Qualifying Test
6chung Information needed from a team Robot Float name Organization Adult Coach Name Adult Coach Contact Number of team members Team Member Names A flag with official Team ID will be given
7chung Considerations Vehicle rear part requirements for the vehicle behind: flat and high, light color It may use touch sensor based bumper, ultrasonic distance sensor, IR sensor, etc. Must work together with the robot in front and the robot behind – very important!! Do not leave any piece on the course
8chung RoboParade Program Detail on the day of the Event 8:30am - Doors open; Last chance to register teams. Practice begins 9:30am - Opening Ceremony 9:45am - Team Presentation & Demo Parade for each team 11:30am - Record Setting Parade (with music)
9chung Team Presentation & Demo Parade Wireless microphone will be given to each team 3 min per team Team, team member, coach introduction Robot Introduction and demo In the order of the team ID flag 3x 30 team = 1.5 hours total expected No music (if robot plays music, then use the wireless microphone)
10chung Rules for the Record Setting Parade In the order of flag ID Start the next float after 10 seconds Count the number of robots that complete the whole course Should we give second chance? Yes, but just once.